Blow out sale on high CRI 95 home lights Soraa Led light Bulbs

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Blow out sale on high CRI 95 home lights Soraa Led light Bulbs

Hi BLF folks,

Make me an offer I cant refuse!

I think the easiest way to communicate what I have (too many shapes sized K colors and Fixture sizes. all my excel lists lists turn to gobby gook when I try to cut and past).

So I have Mainly Soraa 80 and 95CRI bulbs for different home fixtures.

MR 16 in the
GU5.3 and the GU10

and PAR 30 and 38
Plus I have E26 screw in and
GU24 pins

Please note that there are low cost adaptoor from E26 to GU24 that are totally reversible if you change your mind down the road.

I bring it up because I have these fantastic brand new bulbs and I cant beleive folks cant use (95 CRI large LED lights

one box of Phillips 92 CRI also

various K tints and CRI plus beam spread.

still more GU10 to list, every thing else is posted now.

a USPS medium flat rate will hold 27 mr-16 bulbs filling the box lowers the unit cost of shipping

No reasonable offer refused. Get them for the electrician in your life

Look up

“LED LOT of(20) SORAA VIVID PAR38 SP38G-18-36D-930-03 02403 95CRI 3000K 36D LIGHT”

on eBay Then click on “see other items”

This will show you all my auctions.

Thank you for your interest in advance

P.S. sorry the user name Idea did does not work.

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Edited by: Ronin42 on 12/10/2017 - 16:10
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Fixed search method. sorry the user name method did not work.

use

LED LOT of(20) SORAA VIVID PAR38 SP38G-18-36D-930-03 02403 95CRI 3000K 36D LIGHT

then click

“see other items”

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bump fixed search topic

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bump refined info to highlight the ability to put GU24 bubs in E26/7 (aka normal) light bulbs sockets. These Par 38 bulbs are brand new and crazy expensive if you tried to buy them from distributors (like $40 + Shipping) ea.

These Par 38 bulbs are a one time deal so when they are gone they are gone.

FYI

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SORAA Vivid MR16 – GU10s are about £25 each here.

I’ve got a handful of them around the house. Can’t afford more.

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Yes as far as I can tell Gu10 and GU24 bulbs are more popular in Europe then here in the USA. and Thus my dilemma

Crying

Andrew_Debbie

I am posting about 200 more GU 10 bulbs so lets at least figure out (which ones) you cant afford because I will take it as a challenge to make the deal happen.

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The GU10 MR16 fixtures in our house are wired for 230VAC nominal. UK real line voltage is more like 240VAC.

Yours are probably SM16GA 120V North America Spec. I need SM16GW

My handful of lamps are:

Vivid 7.5W 2700K 60 degree beam angle
SM16GW-07-60D-927-03-S3

and one

Brilliant 9W 3000K 60 degree beam angle
SM16GW-09-60D-830-03-S3

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MR16 GU10 is very popular here. . New builds have cheap LEDs in them to meet energy regs.

UK lamp sizes are annoying. 240V E15 and E27 Edison screw base,B15 and B22 bayonet, G9 and MR16 GU10 are all are in common domestic use.

Our tiny cottage has all of the above except for E15.

PAR 20 is also around. PAR38 is rare here. I’m sure exist but I don’t come across them.

12VAC GU 5.3 is popular too. I’ve seen it in bathrooms and in some new construction. Mostly halogens although that may be changing.